TI Economics Lectures 2021: Is replaced with Economic Policy Research Workshop
This year, due to COVID19, the TI lectures in economics are replaced by a workshop on economic policy research.
The workshop consists of six online sessions where prominent scholars present in their area of expertise. Unless announced otherwise, each expert delivers a 75 minute lecture followed by a 15 minute Q&A session. Students and PhD students are invited to join the lectures (see link registration below).
The current list of speakers:
- Emi Nakamura (University of California, Berkeley), May 20, 17h00-18h30 CEST, on Monetary non-neutrality, high frequency identification and the information effect
- Pierre Regibeau (European Commission), May 21, 17h00-18h30 CEST, on Competition policy in the digital age
- Robert Pindyck (MIT), May 25, 17h00-18h30 CEST, on the Economics of climate change
- Michèle Tertilt (University of Mannheim, Germany), June 14, 17h00-18h30, on Macro, family economics and gender (possibly pre- and post-COVID19)
- Barry Eichengreen (University of California, Berkeley), June 15, 20h00-21h30 CEST, on Public debt: history, theory and policy
- Andrés Velasco (LSE), June 28, 17h30-19h00 CEST, on Bridging Research and Policy for Effective Governance
Find all information about registration on the webpage of the workshop.